Carolyn McCulley is an author, speaker and filmmaker. She is the author of two books on singleness and womanhood, and is currently working on her third book about productivity and work. A frequent conference speaker, Carolyn is also the founder of Citygate Films, a documentary film company based in Arlington, Va. She is a member of Redeemer Church of Arlington and is the proud aunt of six nieces and nephews.
Planning ahead is good, but things don't always go as planned.
Will a woman's education and job experience help or hinder her future marriage?
When you are young and relatively carefree, how should you view the money you earn?
If you don't know what your gifts are, maybe the best question to ask yourself is, 'How can I love those around me?'
For those who are beginning their careers, here are four key principles for on-the-job success.
Yes, marriage is one way God matures us, and it can be fairly intense. But it is not the only way.
Women tend to feel the struggle of untangling the modern conflicts of life, love and labor most keenly, but ultimately this issue affects the whole family.
Indirect communication fuels the frustration many singles have with the opposite sex.
"I'm sorry if ..." doesn't cut it.
How to be considered faithful and righteous in cyberspace
Is it possible to "keep your heart with all vigilance" when it comes to our entertainment choices?
Difficult times simply reveal what's taken root in our heart. When pressed, we either ooze the fruit of the Spirit or the fruit of sin.
How you respond when a guy asks you out affects him more than you might think.
Mary Magdalene did. And as we understand our role in the crucifixion of Christ, we will too.
Elevating the dignity of women is not a new idea. But because men have too often been identified as the problem, the gender war has never been fully resolved.
You won't marry the perfect man. But through premarital discernment and your holy influence, he will be headed that direction.
Matchmakers are so 20th century. It's time for something new.
Gotta fear somebody. Would that be man or God?
Gangstas, out-of-wedlock pregnancy, sugar packets — ah, the things that come up in mentoring relationships.
In the mommy wars, every believing woman needs to enlist.
When situations seem unfair or even disastrous, we can only swallow the injustice and bitterness if we focus on the unflinching promise that our times are in His hands.
God knows, Christmas can be a very difficult time of year.
Your friends' relationships are moving along nicely and you're still painfully single. Even in the midst of such unfulfilled desire it is possible to be thankful.
When is it all right to date someone who isn't a Christian?
Christian authors Joshua Harris and Carolyn McCulley speak of the centrality of being involved with a church.
Helping young adults mature in Christ and prepare for marriage and family. Learn more
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